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From Kiran Badi <>
Subject Re: Can someone suggest mail some opensource mail server which works well with Tomcat.
Date Wed, 06 Jun 2012 18:56:20 GMT
Thanks David ,I will research java email server and Chris for replying,

High level requirement which I feel I need is, to send mail(ex pw reset 
mails, welcome mails, HTML Content deals mails etc), receive mails( yes 
I need to receive mails as well),

Integrate well with Tomcat means that it should not have more set up or 
communication issues talking to tomcat.I plan to use Javamail api's and 
read mail servers parameters via web xml resources section.

On 6/6/2012 11:46 PM, Christopher Schultz wrote:
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> Kiran,
> On 6/6/12 12:24 PM, Kiran Badi wrote:
>> I have a requirement to send pw reset mails,send deals HTML mails
>> etc.
>> So for this I was looking for some mail servers which can work with
>> my existing setup which I can integrate with Tomcat 7.0x,should
>> have pop3/smtp support.
> Do you want to send messages, receive messages, or both? Sounds like
> you definitely want to send, but do you really need to receive?
> When you say "integrate with Tomcat 7.0x", do you mean that you want
> to run the "mail server" in-process with Tomcat? I would guess that a
> separate process would be more secure, more reliable, and give you
> more options. For instance, there are many tried-and-true mail servers
> that are not Java-based that could certainly meet your needs as long
> as you don't need them to be in-process. For example: sendmail, EXIM,
> Courier, and others are all available as options through most Linux
> package-managers.
> - -chris
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